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  • West Indies

    Temporary amnesty paves way for return of top West Indians

    The West Indies board reach an agreement with the players' union for a "temporary amnesty’, which paves the way for Chris Gayle, Sunil Narine and its other leading cricketers to return to the national ODI side.

  • Man of mystery Narine continues all-round transformation

    Sunil Narine's transformation from a mystery spinner to a pinch-hitting all-rounder continued at speed on Sunday when the 28-year-old West Indian smashed the Indian Premier League's joint-fastest fifty to enhance his batting reputation.

  • Narine hopes to profit from bowling with Yasir

    Sunil Narine, who has started his maiden stint in the Pakistan Super League strongly, hoped to emerge an improved bowler by the end of the tournament.

  • West Indies trounce South Africa

    Darren Bravo’s third hundred and impressive fast bowling from Shannon Gabriel propel the West Indies to a 100-run win over South Africa in the ninth and final preliminary match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series.

  • Spinners, Warner take Aussies home

    West Indies' performance on Sunday come straight out of the locker room that stored last year's data files, where the absence of Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle from the One-Day International (ODI) side come back to haunt them.

  • Narine sinks Proteas

    Sunil Narine snares career-best figures of six for 27 on his return to West Indies colours as the hosts defeat South Africa by four wickets in the opening match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International series at the Guyana National Stadium on Friday.

  • Narine to miss BPL following ban for illegal action

    West Indies off-spinner Sunil Narine, who is currently playing for Comilla Victorians in the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), is to miss the rest of the tournament after being suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect for illegal bowling action.

  • Comilla thrash Rangpur by 9 wickets

    Comilla Victorians thrash a ragged Rangpur Riders by nine wickets in the 11th match of BPL-2015 at Mirpur.

  • Darren Stevens defends Bangladesh return

    Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens has defended his decision to return to play in the Bangladesh Premier League 2015 for Comilla Victorians.

  • Kolkata Knight Riders

    KKR look to seal playoff spot

    Kolkata Knight Riders will be assured of a spot in the playoffs if they win against Mumbai Indians, who in turn could climb into a three-way tie for third or fourth place if they overcome KKR.